The only constant in the this advertisement would have to be the Tesla Model S P85+, but I’m not sure if it was originally equipped with a flux capacitor and a Mr. Fusion module.
Other than the starring Tesla Model S, everything else in this little video seems to be up for grabs and promotes practically everything it can fit into a four-and-a-half minute video [I think I counted forty, but I might have missed a couple]. Honestly, I’m not really sure what’s going on in this advertisement, because the number of brands in this short video is a dizzying array of companies, from telecoms to banking, clean energy to home entertainment, and practically everything in between…
Salesforce.com says “Get to the Future First with Salesforce1” which, I’m guessing, is the name of Salesforce co-founder Parker Harris’ particularly well-endowed Tesla Model S. “Parker Harris, co-founder of salesforce.com, travels around the world and through time to take all customers to the future with a Salesforce1-powered Tesla S,” goes the description of the video.
Tesla Motors figures prominently in the video, and the one point that I take away from all of this is the fact that the Tesla Model S is the vehicle that’s going to take us to the future [I’m sure that “all electric vehicles” is implied, but Harris wasn’t driving a Chevy Volt, either.] This only thing missing was a shot of the Mr. Fusion clean-energy power source that runs off banana peels and coffee grounds, and the Flux Capacitor that puts it all to good use! There’s also a transporter involved, which makes me wonder why they start out by dropping out of a plane but, whatever.
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